Friday, April 25, 2008

Ruther Ford, Ruther Cross - Rudra

I was just reading on Atomic Physics, and when I came across the name "Rutherford", could not feel that the word "Ruther" sounded like "Rudra", which is an epithet for Shiva.

Dental "T" and "D" are interchange able and one is a Hard Constant and the other is a Soft Constant. Besides, it is noted that many people when communicating, will find that people say the one sound, and the other party understands the other!

Then "T" and "Th" are basically same, one is not aspirated and the other is.

So this was just another co-incidence? I thought maybe. I started following more links and found this Ruther Cross. We know that even after people are converted, they carry some of their old religious beliefs and traditions. This reminds me of a Shiv Lingam, and we know from other articles, that Shiva was God, or the Male or Father Principle was worshiped throught Middle East and Europe as well. It was in America also, and at Golden Gate Park, in San Francisco, they found a Shiva Lingam, of which I have the video. It became a world tourist spot for Hindus, till the Authorities decided to remove the so called object of public nuisance.

Askham Bryan is mentioned in the Domesday Book. The name comes from Ascam or Ascha meaning "enclosure of ash-tree". "Bryan" is Bryan FitzAlan. He and his heirs held the manor from the 12th century.

Here "c" can be also taken as "k" sound. And if you note, all words above which are variants for the the word "Askham", has "s" before, which indicates that this is the "sk" (or "ks" or "kch"if one misspells, dyslexic, or has left-to-right or right-to-left erros). The sound is like in the word "Kshatriya", but some people say it like "Shatriya", or Shaktriya" to an uninitiated, and the meanings are very close and related.

Here the "s" or "ch" is the Palatal "Ch", and there is some rules which says when the sibilant sounds come, one needs to combine with "k" sound. Then often palatal sounds are converted to guttaral sounds or vice versa. But here "ks" is a very common prefix. One may also write like "aksh".

skandha = shoulder, stem or trunk of a tree; section, chapter of a book, mass, multitude, a whole or aggregate.

akshaya - Not Destroyed, Space. Objective will be "aksham"

askhalana - not wavering from (abl.), firmness, which is an attribute of tree, rock or trunk.

Askanda - not spilling, holding - an attribute of tree, rock or trunk.

askandayant - not spilling; not omitting or neglecting.

askanna - not being split

askhalana - not wavering from (abl.), firmness

Also, note the word "Nag" associated with a Pub at Askham_Bryan. Naga, or Naagas, is/was a cullt Snake Worshipers,and associated with Shiva Worship and the lower form the Tantra - taken up in the West - which has eating meat, drinking alcohol, revelry, and sex as part of their beliefs. Perhaps it is a remnants of the early days of the world religions when forest dwelling was going on. In India, the Bheels were like this during till late 20th Century.

BTW, I have a colleague called Bryan, and he is from Irish and German background. I asked him what does his name mean. He said it meant a Head, Lord, Provider.

Interestingly I could predict this meaning just by the beginning sound of "bR" or "bhR", which both are also connected. "bR" means to grow, to become strong, to expand, etc. That is why the Super Soul or the First Principle which I call, is called Brahaman, by which the priests were called "Brahmanaas" or ""Brahmanaah".

The other root is "bhR", which means to feed, to look after, to protect, to support, to shine, to posses, etc.

So one would say this is all co-incidences? And we know about the Proto Indo European people being the same with a common language, common religion, and common civilization. Now see the Temple of Mithra in London.

This was a temple built by the Romans when they colonized England before the advent of Christianity. The Romans had taken the God from Persians as per the Western History. The same God is known in the Vedas as Mitra. One can take "t" and "th" sound as normal corruptions.

Still far fetched? Read the following postings:

Shiva in Europe

Om Phallos in Rome

Romania and Armenia

Phoenicians and Panis

Metion of Varun, Mitra and Mahesh in Mittani and Hittites Treaty

Sunday, April 20, 2008

proton, electron, neutron - prota, prottaan(a), elaktraan, nyutraan

Decide for youself if they mean the same as the modern meanings in English.

Using Sanskrit Transliteration, with assumptions that the English constants do not have build in "a" sound.

prota - sewn, strung, inlaid, fixed, pierced, inlaid, fixed, pervaded

protaana - pra + ut + tan + aana - something that is stretched out widely

pra - prefix for coming forth across before verb to change the meaning

ut - prefix for indicating "up" before the verbs

tan - root for verb indicating "to stretch", "to give birth", and "tana' means body.

aan - suffix for making a Subject Singular Present Active Participle. "tan-nu-anti" for Present Tense, Third Person, Plural, for Present Active Participle, the bases are "tan-nu-ant" and "tan-nu-at" and for Singular Subject the suffix is "tan-nu-aan", which becomes "tan-nv-aan", which becomes "tan-vaan", which is going to be confused with Active Past Participle, so it becomes "tan-aan". We drop the repeating "n".

So the word becomes "pra-ut-tan-aan" and again get "prottaan", which becomes "protaan". It also means something that has come from the beginning.

neutron - ni + ut + tr + am/aan -> ny-ut-traan -> nyutraan - Some one that has been undertaken to be sewn or woven with as an "object" or "objects". One adds the root "tR" to make an action noun into an agent noun, and to make singular subject becomes "taa", and for others variations, one uses "tra", like "PitR" becomes "Pitaa" and "Pitram", "Pitraan. Note that "m" and "n" are 2 of 5 + 2 Nasal Variations in Sanskrit and often mixed up in Sanskrit by rules, and in transliteration, they are mixed up. I shall give one very good posting on this. "i" + "u" becomes "yu", but there is

electron - ila/ilaa/Il + tr + am/aan - someone who has been sent to motion, to move.

- to come, to send, to motion, (also to be stable) /flow /to move. "i" becomes "e" in one of the first promotions of the sound and the verb belinging to classes 2, 4, 6, and 10, need sometimes the first vowel to be promoted to "Guna" form.

- tr -> ktr - for making into an agent noun. See above explanation in "neutron". Note that "t" is a hard sound and the preceding sound is "a", which is a soft sound, so by one Sandhi rule, you need to add "k", to make it "aktr" sound. We did not need this rule in neutron because we were joining the sounds "ut" + "tr", where both "t's" are hard sounds.

- am/aan -> ending for object singular or plural. See above explanation in "neutron".

Friday, April 18, 2008

Thackery, Thacker, Thatcher - Thackery, Thackeray, Thakur Thakoor,Thakury,

Those of who have learnt Music or have an ear for music, can always spot a piece or a sequence of musical notes copied/pirated from other parts of the world or time.

Parallel creations do happen but the consistent pattern of "parallelism" in the sounds of the names is statistically improbable to explain so many coincidences which is not explained by the modern science or the history of man.

"k", "c" some time have the sounds, like "kitty" and "catty". Then "c" can also be aspirated as "ch" and mixed with "sh" sound. Like Korus and Chorus for the same names.

"ker" -> "cer" -> "cher" -> "sher". For Thatcher, the pronunciation has been always "t" missing.
And there is a Sanskrit rule where "t" or "k" is always added with the "sibilants" like "s, sh, and Sh" but not pronounced - like in the case of "Kshatri" for the warrior class.

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Virlie - Viir-il and Viir-al

The word "virile", comes from the Sanskrit verb root "viir", with no "a" sound in the letter "r". The root is made from "vi" and "R" or "ri" - which is a cerebral vowel (tounge rolled backwards towards the base of the throat and then say the sound "ri") and it becomes "ir" if the root is ending with vowel "ri", as per one rule of Conjugated Classes of Verbs, including Class 1 from which the root belongs. (When making the base root, for most of the verb classes, where some modification rules are necessary to make a new base for a verb class, before it is conjugated according to tense, mood, passive, and mood variations of suffixes for Single, Dual, Plural, First Person, Second and Third Person). So the root base is now "viir" - and it means to split, to break into pieces, divide asunder. etc. This is because of the prefix "vi" modifies the root "ri", which has the meaning of "to go", and "vi" prefix will modify the meaning which makes it something "that is opposite", or "that undergoes" the verb following (there are variations but the purpose of the prefixes are to change the meanings, from strengthening them with same meaning, to more opposite and more subtle meanings). The same root is there in Class 10 of the Verbs, and it means, to overpower, to subdue, to be powerful, brave and valiant. The noun is "Viira', which in English spelling should be "Vir" (like Ram in Sanskrit/Hindi gets corrupted as Rama as English letters have build in sound of "a", which Sanskrit lacks and has to be explicitly added with a vowel to get a sound out). The adjective would be "viir-il' or "viir-al", and the corruption becomes "virile".

Sunday, April 13, 2008

Anatomical or Anatomy

Atom - Atam or Atma -> Meaning that is subtle, can not be seen, and is the essence of every matter, living or non living - the building block of all matter.

This is the basis of Atomic Theory based on the Indian Philosophies of Sankhaya and Vishesha. This what was meant as the word to describe the Soul - which can not be seen and was said the thing that can not be destroyed and survives death. This was the first philosophical musing at the law of conservation of matter and energy - because the (body) matter did generate energy in form of motor locomotion, and other body functions.

Anatomical - An-Atam - meaning that is not subtle and is gross. That is the body and its parts! One adds "an" to make an opposite meaning for words starting with vowels. The same rule is borrowed by English in usuage of articles. To make it adjective - one would add "ic" - which is there in Sanskrit also. So it becomes An-Atom-ic. This makes it like -ness, which is abstract form of adjective attribute. To make it into a concrete adjective noun - one that is with the property of -ness, one would make it by adding "aal", and that becomes "an-atam-ic-al" which got corrupted into "anatomical".

Anatomy - An-Atam-ay - or An-Atam-maya Something that is "an-atomic-full". Double "m" becomes single "m".

We have used only Sanskrit rules to explain these words.

Saturday, April 12, 2008

Eukaryote, Prokaryote, Aerobic, Anaerobic

Crossing the boundaries of the space and time, and taking a word's journey across nations, cultural, political, and socio-economic worlds, is like chasing a wild goose.

Still, if one draws some parallels in sounds and follows well known rules of a classical language like Sanskrit, a well known ancient language in the Proto Indo European family of Languages, and perhaps the root itself, and adjusts sounds following well known grammatical and observed rules, to come to a known, related, or even an opposite meaning of the word, e.g. your profit is someones loss, then one is not necessarily far from the path the word took its so called traversal.

- Organisms not having cell nucleus. And they do not generate energy for living by burning oxygen, or doing aerobic respiration but by fermentation, or anaerobic respiration.

Parokaryote - (1) Pra + a + Kara + yata + i or (2) Para +Aakaara + yata + i

Paro -> Pro - as one expects constants to have a build in sounds. Like Ram and Rama, Atam and Atama.

Pro -> Prau -> Pra - Many people mix vowels - and a lot of cultures have a habit of saying vowels rounded to "o". Then there is a rule which says when a non "a" vowel combines with "e" -(ai), "o" -(au), - "ae" - (aai), and "ao" - (aau), one can drop the second vowels.

Pra -> Prefix for notion of going across forth, specially in verbs.

Akar -> A-Kar - > Action-less,

Para - Prefix for beyond.

Aakaar -> Form, Shape.

Para + Aa -> Paro - One of the rules that make "a + Aa" sound into "o" sound with encilitic. "Aa" comes from the word "Aakaar".

Aakaar -> Form, Shape.

yote -> yate - > yat -> which. Not sure why e is there, but it could mean masculine dual or feminine plural or even locative in ancient context.

So the meaning is that in "one which comes across forth with no action" or "one that has has gone beyond a shape", both of which comes close to the meaning of the word.

Eukaryote -> Aa-kaar-yat-e, Eka - kaar-yat-e, Aa-AaKaar -yate-e or Eka-Aakaar-yat-e--> Which has form or action. It means a living organism with cells having a nuclues or where DNA is bounded by a shape or form, and it has Aerobic metabolism - action of oxidation.

Now interesting, Parokaryotes have Anerobic Cellular Respiration, which means one without the oxygen, where fermentation is used to make energy, instead of oxidation. Oxidation is the most natural "action" of metabolism - known to human beings - meaning breathing oxygen!

Aerobic. So how about this word? Long story and so have patience.

Aries - Head of Horse or one of the Zodiacs. It is close to Airy in sound.

Ashvins meaning horses, the Twin Gods who bring Life to Dead, Physicians of the Heavens. They are also connected with Air, or Oxygen, which is Life Giving. Interestingly, Maruti or Maruts, the God of Winds, Rain and Thunder, like Indra or Zeus, as well as Ashvins are depicted with riding (seven) horses.

Aer - A + ir -> Aa + ir -> Aa + I + R -> Towards + Move + Prefix for Agent (like KartR from Karta) -> meaning something that moves towards - and that is Air.

Ira or iira-> Wind

iraa -> food, refreshment, enjoyment, draught or draft - like draft of wind or air.

Rob -> Rambh as well as Ram and Rabh(ah/as)-> Meaning embrace, take hold of, grasp, clasp, to act rashly, or to desire vehemently. Note Rob means close to Rambh. It is also connected to word "Grab" in English and "Grabh" in Sanskrit - which mean the same.

So Aerobic -> A + I + R + rambh + ic (prefix for Adjective) -> Aa + ira + rabh + ic -> A + e + Rob + Ic (dropping double "r" as one of the rules, removing aspiration of 'h', and making "a" as "o"), which becomes "Aerobic", meaning "embracing air or oxygen".

To make an opposite, add "an" as prefix (since the word is beginning with a vowel). So it becomes "an-aerobic", which is not with oxygen!

An-aerobic - One without oxygen.